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The Silver Creek couple was treated for smoke inhalation in hospital and released the same day.
Shuswap Dance Center students brought the magic of Christmas to the stage last week.
School closures in Silver Creek and Armstrong are off the table, but Sicamous schools are still being debated.
The Shuswap Youth Choir caroled their way around downtown Salmon Arm on Monday.
While you might be getting chocolate or socks in your stocking Christmas morning, the tradition began with bags of gold.
Trans-Canada East Traffic Services Highway Patrol is investigating a collision that took place east of Shuswap Lake Estates Wednesday.
A look inside the Shuswap Emergency Program’s Structural Protection Unit.
Interior Health Authority sees 31 Fentanyl-related deaths so far this year.
Residents were advised to avoid both drinking water and recreational use in a 300-metre area.
Report shows 40 per cent of vehicle fatalities occur in region.
New technology and a progressive curriculum that combines science and civics could be in classrooms this year.
District of Sicamous Council voted unanimously in favour of rollover curbs rather than right-angled ones for Shuswap Avenue.
CSRD directors unanimously approved $325,000 from the Sicamous and Area Economic Opportunity Fund for three major projects.
By Wednesday afternoon, Interior Health had given the City of Salmon Arm the go-ahead to resume taking water from the lake.
Avalanche has taken the life of a yet another snowmobiler – the second in one week.
Food waste next on the regional district’s menu of items to divert from landfills.
It may seem like many Shuswap residents are falling foul of the flu, but the numbers say otherwise.
CSRD director seeks support for tax credit to encourage local investment.
CSRD agrees to relocate the Sicamous recycling depot even though staff believe downtown location is the best site.
For the second time in a week, volunteer members of Shuswap Search and Rescue (SAR) were out in the cold all night instead of in their beds.